Today’s headlines from the Hope News team
A man will face court today, accused of killing his “on and off again” partner in Sydney’s south.
Lynda Greenwood’s body was found on the driveway of a unit complex at Como.
Police have confirmed she had been granted an AVO against her accused killer.
Proposed court reforms will go before Parliament this week seeking to educate jurors on why it takes so long to report allegations of abuse.
The reforms will also allow complainants to give evidence in closed courts or remotely via video link.
A toddler has died after being hit in the driveway of a townhouse complex in Blacktown last night.
The 40-year-old driver was treated for shock at the scene.
The Deputy Premier says he didn’t think he would return to NSW Parliament when he took mental health leave a month ago.
John Barilaro has returned to work this morning and says he’s glad he took time to think things over.
Health officials are remaining non-committal over calls to increase the number of people allowed at church services during the coronavirus pandemic.
From December, up to 300 people will be allowed at church weddings while the number of people at regular services remains capped at 100.
Victoria has recorded three new cases of coronavirus in the past 24 hours.
Volunteers are going to be deliberately exposed to COVID-19 to help researchers better understand the virus and develop a vaccine.
The United Kingdom is the first nation to carry out what they are calling a “human challenge” by infecting up to 90 people.
The UK has recorded its highest daily total of coronavirus, with more than 21,000 cases confirmed.
Cases in the United States are rising in 48 out of 50 states.
Google has rejected accusations that its breaking US competition laws after the US Federal Government filed a lawsuit against the company.
Legal documents have revealed a close relationship between Google and Apple, alleging they work as if they are one company.